The Town knows when you have a pet they are part of the family. To make sure that when Rover gets loose, and let’s be honest what dog hasn’t pulled a Houdini and escaped on us, we want to get him back to his loving family as efficiently and quickly as possible.
New in 2020 the town has a new Responsible Pet Ownership Bylaw. We are increasing the information we receive about your furry friend to make sure we can tell Spot from Dot when he’s gone for an unsanctioned tour of the neighbourhood and we haven’t forgot about your feline friends!
Here are a few updated requirements related to your furry friend:
- All Dogs & Cats over six-months of age are required to be licensed – It’s $25 for a spayed or neutered animal or $50 for intact animals.
- Happen to have a registered service dog or police dog – there is no cost for registration but we do still require information on your dog.
- There is maximum of 5 dogs and/or cats per household.
Read up on the new bylaw here: Bylaw No. 642-19 Responsible Pet Ownership Bylaw
Haven’t got your dog or cat registered yet? Contact the Town Office to register your pet. It’s a bylaw but more importantly, it can reunite you with that family member who sometimes eats your favourite shoes, but you can’t help but love ‘em anyway.
If you have already registered your pet with the Town Office, we would love for you to update your pet's information by calling 306-781-2355 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to provide us with this additional information.